Another Accusation for Phyo Min Thein

On June 2, Michael Kyaw Myint accused Tin Htun, a personal secretary of the Yangon Chief Minister for taking a bribe to help facilitate...

Talking about the Pot Calling the Kettle Black

Myanmar is a country closely linked with Buddhism. Religious demographics show that 75 % per cent of the population identify themselves as Buddhist. Eight...

Bilateral Relations between Myanmar and United States in the Post-election Era

US Secretary, Rex Tillerson called State Counselor Aung San Suu Kyi on June 20 to invite her for official visit to Washington, according to...

Aung San Suu Kyi Met Justin Trudeau for the First Time

State Counselor Aung San Suu Kyi had talks with Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on June 7 after she organized the peace talks in...

Will Myanmar Wake Up from Sluggish Economy?

Myanmar economy is one of the fastest growing and most promising economies in Asia after Nobel Peace Prize winner Daw Aung San Suu Kyi’s...

Oway Ride Launches “Customer Top Up” Application

Oway Ride, car on-demand service introduced its new “Consumer Top Up” application and Oway Taxi rider are now able to pay their taxi fares...

Development Shadowed by Rural Poverty

The changes underway in Myanmar can be felt almost everywhere: in Nay Pyi Taw, portraits of Bogyoke Aung San grace the walls of parliament;...

Arrival Decline Breaks Continuous Tourism Upsurge

Though officials eagerly expected to see more than 5 million tourists arriving in Myanmar in 2016, the actual overall tourist arrivals for that year...

Government to Allow Aid Workers to Access Northern Rakhine State

The government has announced that it is lifting restrictions on aid access to the Muslim communities of northern Rakhine State following months of strict...

The Unique Experience of the Myanmar Tea Shop

Tea shops can be found everywhere in Myanmar. Sometimes the place is decorated with little tables and stools made by wood or filled with...

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